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Finance and IT Collaboration Survey Report

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Finance and IT Collaboration Survey Report

HFMA, with sponsorship by CereCore, surveyed 238 healthcare CFOs and finance executives to understand what healthcare finance professionals expect from their IT colleagues, how they currently collaborate and what improvements can be made. The survey indicates that nearly a quarter of CFOs feel they are somewhat or very dissatisfied with the collaboration between finance and IT, or that there is no collaboration at all.

Survey respondents explore how to better approach IT initiatives with finance executives and effective ways for better collaboration. To learn more, download the key findings from the survey.

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